Write a letter to inform a colleague of a coming visiting scholar in about 100 words. Do not sign your own name at the end of your letter, using "Li Ming" instead.
Please allow me to take this opportunity to introduce a visiting scholar, George Martin, from University of California at Berkeley. He will be a member of our Program of Asia睵acific Economy for nine months.
George is an enthusiastic and enterprising scholar. He has done various researches on American and Asian economies for more than ten years. I am sure that his participation will do a lot of help to our recent research.
George will be arriving here on next Friday and he will soon go to visit you after arrival. You can introduce the overall development of our program to him, and then explore the details of cooperation.
Write a letter in about 100 words to inform a colleague of a coming partner. Do not sign your own name at the end of your letter, using "Li Ming" instead.
I want to take this opportunity to inform you that Claudia will be joining us shortly. She holds a doctor餾 degree in genetics and has worked in this field for twelve years. It is exciting that she has decided to join our company in this transformation period.
She is a person who is good at time management and I have no doubt you will find a good partner in her.
Claudia is currently involved in a project which might be of interest to you, and she shall be contacting you immediately after her arrival. I am sure that you will soon join hands and make progress step by step.
Directions: Your close friend in college, Li Ming, is going to pursue his postgraduate study in the foreign university where you studied before.
Write a letter of no less than 100 words to your former teacher Professor Smith to introduce Li Ming's characters and so on, expressing your hope for help from Prof. Smith.
Do not sign your own name at the end of the letter. Use "Wang Hua" instead. Do not write the address.
Dear Prof. Smith,
I take great pleasure in introducing to you Mr. Li Ming, my classmate and best friend.
He is going to pursue his studies as a postgraduate in your university after his graduation here. We've lived and studied together for almost four years. No friend deserves so much love and respect as he does. His performance in the school years was outstanding. In addition, he has a very pleasant personality and staying with him is always pleasant.
Will you please give him some guidance regarding the postgraduate entrance examination? If it is convenient, could you introduce him to the future tutor? It would be appreciated if you can give him some help.